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Custom home architect Greg Robinson collaborates with other builders and craftsmen to create meaningful architecture that possesses real and lasting value for his clients. With over twenty-five years' experience creating and managing architecture services in both beautiful and challenging sites, Robinson is an expert at helping clients navigate the custom home building process to build the home of their dreams. Seamless integration and attention to detail are some of the unique qualities of the homes he builds. A disciplined approach to the creative process, good design principles and commitment to listening to the client while solving problems that arise is his style. Robinson is licensed in Washington and Hawaii and is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP). Robinson says, “I enjoy design work and the community that forms when people collaborate to create.”

When building a custom home, Robinson recommends the following:

  • Gain thorough knowledge of specific details regarding the site such as zoning, trees, natural landscapes to use or avoid.

  • Design features to include such as living areas, kitchen size, closets, and lighting.

  • What do you have to spend?

This custom home built by Robinson was inspired by the great lodges of the Pacific Northwest. Designed with stone, timber, and sheltered outdoor terraces, the home is ideal for enjoying the elaborate views and entertainment. According to Robinson, stone is used throughout this custom home with “stone going from the foundation to the second floor.” The unique, custom dormer allows natural light to flow into the kitchen. Learn more about this custom home designed by Robinson and built by Cascade joinery in Anacortes, Washington on Robinson’s website.

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